Ripple Fiber, a fiber optic internet provider based in the Southeast, officially joined Moore County with a celebratory ribbon cutting alongside the Moore County Chamber of Commerce. Many residents within the greater Pinehurst area will soon have access to innovative technology, with Ripple Fiber aiming to bring its fiber internet service to other surrounding communities in the near future.
“The Ripple Fiber team is honored to bring fiber internet to the Moore County community to provide residents with a better communications infrastructure,” says Greg Wilson, CEO of Ripple Fiber. “At the core of our business is our desire to bring cutting-edge technology to the places that need it, setting them up for the future of telecommunications.”
Driving digital transformation worldwide, fiber internet is a powerful solution that functions at the speed of light. It transmits data through light pulses and is less susceptible to outside interference, making the fiber optic connections uniquely durable and strong. With Ripple Fiber’s future-focused approach, residents of Moore County will have access to an infrastructure that will power the area for decades to come. Whether subscribers use their internet for remote work or video streaming, they can rely on this service for exceptional bandwidth and impressive upload and download speeds.
“As part of this community, we look forward to expanding access for local residents and improving their everyday lives,” adds Kylar Martin, regional executive. “Not only is Ripple Fiber committed to investing in the area’s infrastructure, but we will also invest in community partners and organizations that are valuable to our future customers to help build a brighter tomorrow.”
Ripple Fiber’s local office is at 7647 NC 211, Suite A, West End. Residents in Moore County who want to learn more about Ripple Fiber’s offerings and stay updated on future availability in their neighborhood can visit www.ripplefiber.com and follow along on social media (@ripplefiber) for updates.
Feature photo: A ribbon-cutting ceremony for Ripple Fiber was held on Jan. 17 in West End.